| 24 June 2009
The International Security Forum is a Cyprus-based non-for-profit global think tank focused on issues of security, defence, foreign policy, human rights, energy security, development and humanitarian crisis aid. It is concerned with the critical examination of the multiplicity of problems of global governance and the quest for world peace. These include importantly but not exclusively the state of affairs with respect to regional and international security policies, systems and organizations (such as the EU's CSDP, NATO, EU-Russia, NATO-Russia relations, BRICS etc) the UNO, nuclear disarmament, inter-faith dialogue, the suppression of terrorist activities, environment and sustainable development.
The International Security Forum seeks to enrich and advance global public awareness on both regional and global security concerns. It is an open world forum aiming at empowering the global citizen to express freely an informed opinion. As such, the ISF welcomes contributions in the form of peer-reviewed articles, briefs and comments from all concerned parties.
The International Security Forum actively seeks cooperation with other European and international NGOs, research centres and think tanks dedicated to the goal of promoting peace, tolerance, security and prosperity for all world citizens.